Oncotarget, created by Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov who now serves as the company’s editors in chief, is an important online medical journal. Scientists from around the world are using the journal every time they have a connection to the internet to search for the latest scholarly articles about cancer and its effects. The scientists are given all of the freedom to explore the website and to learn so many things that they have not had the chance to read about. Most of the articles published in Oncotarget talks about cancer, its patients, and how oncologists around the world are doing their best to share their important discoveries with their colleagues. Operating for several years now, Oncotarget’s aim to educate the people about the medical field is slowly gaining traction. Established in 2010 by Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov, Oncotarget’s primary objective never changed through the years. He wanted everyone to have an understanding as to how every oncologist around the world are doing their best to find a cure for the disease. Visit Oncotarget’s profile page at Facebook.
To help create the cure for cancer, a group of four researchers coming from different universities were sent by Oncotarget to a conference in Singapore, which will be attended by thousands of people who have left their mark in the scientific field. The four researchers chosen by the executives working at Oncotarget stated how excited there are to be sent to a faraway destination, and they stated that they would be looking immediately for new information or development about cancer. Check Oncotarget journal at scimagojr.com
Oncotarget has been monitoring the representatives that they have sent, hoping that all of the information provided to them during their briefing will be shared with the website. So far, the researchers sent by Oncotarget are doing a great job of representing the company that they have been working for. According to Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov, they are hoping that the conference in Singapore would end successfully, and that the representatives they have sent would bring home some important information that could potentially save hundreds of thousands of life.